Brother, Frankenstein – IT’S ALIVE!


Body of a killer, mind of a child, heart of a hero… When a troubled scientist – trying to save a young boy, and maybe himself – steals the dying child of a simple Amish couple and transplants the brain and cardiovascular system of their 11-year-old autistic son into an incredibly lethal DARPA robot, the dark forces of government come looking for their investment.Dr. Alexander and the monster escape into an Amish community to hide among the plain folk while Frank, the boy trapped inside the body of the world’s deadliest robot, learns how to leave the world of autism and understand what it means to be human and Amish.

Tensions arise as the Amish begin to suspect just what kind of technological monstrosity is hiding among them, and before long hard men who do the government’s most dirty deeds will arrive looking for a killing machine… only to find a boy named Frank who has the power to defend a closed society from the worst of the world.

“Hugo Material!” ~ Nick Cole

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Praise for Brother, Frankenstein

 “Brother, Frankenstein is Michael Bunker at his best. He just keeps getting better.” ~ Ernie Lindsey, USA Today Bestselling Author of Sara’s Game and Skynoise.

I just finished beta reading Michael Bunker’s new heartbreakingly awesome novel and I have this to say: Hugo Material.” ~ Nick Cole, bestselling author of Old Man and the Wasteland and Soda Pop Soldier.

Brother, Frankenstein finally cements Michael Bunker’s position as one of the most interesting and dynamic sci-fi writers emerging from today’s vibrant indie scene. It’s a tense, exciting, often violent actioner that like its protagonist, benefits greatly from a still-beating heart underneath all the technological bells and whistles.” ~ Eamon Ambrose, Eamo the Geek Reviews

“Brother, Frankenstein is Michael Bunker’s finest work yet. A novel for both the heart and the brain. The best book I’ve read this year.” ~ David Gatewood, Editor of Synchronic and Tales of Tinfoil

“…white-knuckle reading throughout…” ~ Hank Garner, Host of Author Stories Podcast

“…The tension between technology and agrarian simplicity runs like a bright thread through the work— those characters on the technology side are affected by the interaction with their (presumed) opposites, and those on the Amish side are changed and tested as well.” ~ Richard Gleaves, author of the bestselling Jason Crane series.

“…an intriguing and suspenseful novel. I instantly rooted for Frank…” ~ Annelie Wendeberg, bestselling author of the Anna Kronberg thrillers.

Bunker’s finest fictional creation to date…” ~ David Bruns, author of Weapons of Mass Deception

“I loved how this fantastic story of escape and rediscovery made me ponder over the awful consequences when men step into the part of the ‘creator’.” ~ E.E. Giorgi, author of CHIMERAS


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 About Michael Bunker

Michael Bunker lives, farms, and writes from an off-grid farm in Central Texas. Commonly referred to as “The Father of Amish/Scifi,” Michael has been covered in news stories and interviews all over the world as well as on NPR, HuffPost Live,, as well as being featured in a column in the “Rising Stars” section of Ozymandias Magazine at

Michael’s non-fiction “plain and off-grid” writings were the inspiration for a documentary film (Beyond Off-Grid) on Off-Grid Living that will begin showing at film festivals starting later in 2015, and his family recently signed a development contract with a TV Production company to produce a reality show about their lives. Brother, Frankenstein is Michael’s newest novel, and it promises to break even more ground in the Science Fiction and Techno-Thriller genres.

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